Wherever you find yourself in South Carolina, there will be great food and drink to be had. We've looked beyond the state's big cities to find some special picks where you can enjoy your cocktail hour, so all you need to do is "pick your poison."
What it's known for: One of the only breweries in the Rock Hill area, Legal Remedy's menu is excellent and homegrown, but you'll keep coming back for the selection of beers. Try the smoked turkey sandwich with pepper jelly cream cheese with your choice of more than 20 seasonal craft beers on tap.
Style: Brewery, farm-to-table, family-friendly, casual, lunch, dinner
Address: 129 Oakland Ave., Rock Hill
What it's known for: With more than 100 craft beers on tap and 30 wines to choose from, Krafty Draft is the only specialty brew pub in the town of Lexington, and it certainly has the monopoly on selection. Come with a group, order some of the smoked wings if they're on the menu and settle in for a great night.
Style: Specialty brew pub, casual
Address: 269 Charter Oak Road, Lexington
What it's known for: If you're a fan of whiskey - look no further. Take your pick from a list of more than 100 different types. Be it straight bourbon, American rye or Scotch, the list seems infinite. And whiskey is only one type of libation offered at Sidebar. With an even larger beer list and some specialty Southern spirits, this is the place to be for cocktail hour in Sumter.
Style: Southern, farm-to-table, family-friendly, casual, lunch
Address: 30 N. Main St., Sumter
What it's known for: Come in for a pint and to watch the game at Madra Rua in Summerville. You don't have to be Irish to have a grand ol' time. You should try one of the traditional Irish dishes, though. If you aren't craving the Irish stew, the daily menu specials are sure to please. (Especially when paired with one of their carefully poured nitrogen-charged brews - they brag they're the best of the Lowcountry.)
Style: Irish Pub, sports bar, casual, lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch
Address: 2066 N. Main St., Summerville